The Artist - Kenneth Webb
Kenneth Webb’s paintings are an exploration and celebration of the natural world through colour. Experimenting with colour in a free, expressionist manner, Kenneth has arrived at a joyous aesthetic that captivates and envelops the viewer. Taking inspiration from the natural landscape around him, from the garden of his Ballinaboy Studio in Connemara, Ireland, and his home on Dartmoor in Devon, his paintings are rooted in place and are deeply personal. Kenneth has shown works at numerous notable institutions, including the Royal Academy in London (first in 1949). He founded the Irish School of Landscape painting (1957) and has since lectured at the Tate Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Gallery London. Kenneth is well known to collectors internationally, and his work is placed in prestigious collections across the world.